Business and Administration courses are available to allow you to study office based skills such as Administration, Bookkeeping and Accounting and computer skills.
Business Administration Level 1
The course provides you with an introduction to the key aspects of working in administration, including creating business documents, making and receiving calls and welcoming visitors.
This course is run as a programme which includes developing your English and maths skills. It is suitable if you would like to gain an insight into working in administration and these qualifications are highly beneficial whether you are already employed, or if you are looking for employment.
Business Administration Level 2
The course provides you with an introduction to the key aspects of working in administration, written business communication, financial transactions, organising meetings and handling diary systems.
This course is suitable if you already have some experience, are working towards level 2 English skills and would like to gain a qualification which is highly beneficial whether you are already employed, or if you are looking for employment.
Manual and Computerised Bookkeeping Skills Level 1
These courses provide you with an introduction to the key aspects of bookkeeping and accounting skills, including making and receiving payments, recording receipts and payments, recording credit transactions, maintaining petty cash records and preparing and processing bookkeeping documents. The qualification is accredited with the IAB Awarding body. The course uses SAGE software in the computerised component.
The course is suitable if you would like to gain a qualification which will give you an insight into and help you follow employment opportunities in bookkeeping and data processing job roles.
Computerised Bookkeeping Level 2
This course is offered to those students who have been successful in achieving the IAB Level 1 Award. It builds on and extends the computerised skills you already have
We no longer offer Text Processing (Business Professional) qualifications as stand alone courses. However these and general computer skills are included into the Administration programmes.